Approaches to the Study of the Spatial and Functional Structure of Seaside Tourist and Recreational Systems. Case of Crimea
In the article, the concepts of essence of the seaside tourist and recreational systems (STRS) and their roles in the world tourist and recreational process were systemized and the lines of the interdisciplinary research of the functional and spatial structure of the TRS were studied. The authors approach to the TRS research represents a combination of the statistical and cartographical methods. In order to reveal the functional types of the Crimea coastal TRSs settlements, the structure indices of the bed capacity of collective accommodation facilities and number of kinds of the tourist and recreational activities were used. The study of the spatial structure of TRSs was based on the number of beds per 1000 men in the accommodation means and number of beds per 1 km of the coastal strip and specific weight of the recreation lands in the land-use pattern. The map of the functional spatial structure of the Crimean seaside TRSs was constructed.
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